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Tagging all my followers, and mass-following a buncha people... I don't post here, much (read: at all), but in case any of my followers actually use this thing, I'd very much appreciate assistance getting my YouTube to 1K subs, so I can start using its monetization features (maybe). Thanks in advance to anyone who assists - you're helping a content creator get started making regular stuff. Who knows? if this post does well enough, I might actually use this site, as well... gotta make sure people read these posts before I add it to my schedule. Be well, all!

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A cynical, pessimistic skeptic, and anarchist libertarian blogger. I support #Gamergate, and write for The Fifth Column News.
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In 480 BC, the Persian king Xerxes demanded that the Spartans give up their weapons. King Leonidas responded with the phrase ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ (molon labe) which meant "Come and take them." This led to the Battle of Thermopylae, in which a small group of Greek warriors held off a far superior group of Persians for three days.

Similarly, in 1831, the Mexican army gave a small piece of field artillery to settlers in Gonzales, Texas, to help them fend off Indian attacks. At the onset of the Texas Revolution, the Mexican army asked for the cannon back. In response, the settlers raised a homemade flag with an image of the weapon and the words "Come and Take It" emblazoned across it.

The twin phrases "ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ/molon labe" and "Come and Take It" have become synonymous with the promotion of the Second Amendment and other fundamental liberties. They are antithetical to the idea of unilateral disarmament.

Today, snowflakes across the country walked out of class to protest "gun violence" and demand new confiscatory gun laws. The poorly informed young woman in the photo was part of today's Tide Pod Walkout. Note the slogan (and date) on her shirt, and the protest sign in her hands.

Seriously--this is the most ironic photo I've seen in a long time.

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